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Renter's Guide to Cedar Park, TX

Named after an old steam train station, Cedar Park is a bustling suburb of Austin, Texas, that has seen rapid growth in recent years. It's been twice ranked as the fourth fastest growing city in the entire country. Recent commercial and retail developments in the suburb, paired with great housing options and proximity to downtown Austin, have led to an influx of millennials to the area. In addition, high ranking school options have ensured that Cedar Park is extremely popular for young families.

Cedar Park is around 20 miles north-west of downtown Austin, though the roads can get busy during rush hours. Other major cities in Texas, such as Houston and Dallas are less than 200 miles away, while San Antonio is a mere 80-mile drive. Cedar Park enjoys excellent connections to major routes, making travel quick and easy.

If you enjoy hot summers and mild winters, the weather in Cedar Park could be ideal for you. Summer highs average out at around 95°F in July, while winter lows typically reach 37°F in January. Throughout the year, residents can enjoy an average of 231 sunny days, with only 35 inches of rainfall. Summer runs June through September, and can be hot and muggy, while winter, which runs December through February, is typically cool and windy. You're most likely to encounter rain between April and October.

Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Demographics

  • Total Population70,010
  • Female 34,497
    Male 35,513
  • Median Age35

Cost of Living in Cedar Park, TX

Being a suburb of Austin, many residents of Cedar Park own a car and predominantly use it to commute. Traffic can be heavy during rush hours with commutes of 40 minutes each way, though with gasoline at an average of $2.74 per gallon, the cost is fair.

There are alternatives, such as the Austin metro rail, which runs north to Leander, and south into downtown Austin. A single ride currently costs $3.50, a day pass $7.00 and a 31-day pass $96.25. There are reductions for senior citizens, veterans and those with disabilities, and children under the age of 12 ride free. Several taxi companies operate in the area, with normal tariffs of around $2.44 to start and $1.68 per mile.

Eating out can be rather affordable in Cedar Park, with inexpensive restaurants offering quality meals for around $15. A three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant will typically cost $60, while 1 pint of domestic beer will generally be between $4 - $6, and a regular cappuccino $4.40.

Residents of Cedar Park will generally pay an average of $155 on utilities including electricity, heating, cooling, water and garbage per month, for a 915 sq. ft apartment, with an additional $60 for internet services. This is slightly lower than the U.S. average of $169.34 per month.

Average Rent in Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX

  • Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Average Rental Price, January 2020 $1,309 /mo

Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,0009%
  • $1,001-$1,50071%
  • $1,501-$2,00019%
  • > $2,0001%

Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Jan / 2020
Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX $1,151 $1,185 $1,156 $1,172 $1,172 $1,260 $1,237 $1,280 $1,309
National $1,350 $1,382 $1,385 $1,388 $1,423 $1,431 $1,434 $1,469 $1,474
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Living in Cedar Park, TX

Residents living in Cedar Park enjoy numerous benefits, though it's not the ideal location for everyone. The recent influx of software and tech companies to the area has been a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it's provided a wealth of employment opportunities, but only for those with the experience and qualifications. Competition can be tough, but the rewards high. On the other hand, the cost of living has increased in the area due to a growing population of young professionals.

Having said that, prices in Cedar Park are still lower than within Austin itself, and several new neighborhoods have sprung up, providing ample housing. A low crime rate and wide array of public parks and nature trails to enjoy are further bonuses.

Cedar Park is only 20 miles away from downtown Austin, making it easy to enjoy a mix of big city life and more relaxed suburbia. However, with a rapidly growing population, commute times and pollution have increased as congestion gets worse. Cedar Park is increasingly a primarily young family oriented suburb, and twenty somethings may find the area somewhat lacking in nightlife.

Things to do in Cedar Park, TX

There are plenty of fun things to do in Cedar Park, which lives up to its namesake and now features 47 stunning city parks and 22 miles of trails. Among the most notable is the Veteran's Memorial Park and Pool, which features a refreshing water park, a 5-acre dog park and pond, plus numerous sports courts and pitches.

Cedar Park is also home to one of the best retail corridors in the northwest of the Austin metro area, Whitestone Boulevard. It offers countless stores, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues, and it's said that you can find anything you could ever need along that stretch. Popular malls include the RailYard, The Parke, and 1890 Ranch.

Some top things to do in Cedar Park include riding the iconic Austin Steam Train, which offers historical day trips, and visiting the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. The latter is home to two professional sports teams, the Texas Stars (hockey) and the Austin Spurs (basketball). In addition to hosting exciting sports events, the H-E-B doubles up as an arena for concerts and shows.

Employment & Economy in Cedar Park, TX

Cedar Park is home to several different industries, providing employment opportunities in a variety of fields. The most significant industries include software development, scientific and tech services, biotech, advanced manufacturing, retail, oil exploration, gas extraction and mining, and healthcare and social assistance.

In recent years, the area has seen a surge of software and tech companies set up shop such as Apple Inc. Other notable examples include Amazon, Google, Facebook and Oracle, as well as an array of smaller startups. Outside of tech companies, the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center is another big employer in the city. For the entrepreneurial, Cedar Park has also been named the best city to start a restaurant.

Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households22,409
  • Family 16,836
    Non-family 5,573
  • Children 10,515
    No Children 11,894
  • Average People Per Household3.12
  • Median Household Income$96,612
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,594

Education in Cedar Park, TX

With a wealth of high paying job opportunities springing up in the area, a good education is more important than ever. Served primarily by the Leander Independent School District, Cedar Park offers excellent institutions. Some of the top private schools in Cedar Park include the Summit Christian Academy - Cedar Park Campus, the Sapientia Montessori School, and the Cedar Park Montessori School.

In terms of public schools, the top high schools in Cedar Park include Westwood High School and Cedar Park High School. The most well-known elementary schools in Cedar Park are Rutledge Elementary School and Canyon Creek Elementary School.

When considering higher education, the top college in Cedar Park is the Austin Community College Cypress Creek campus. There are several other desirable universities and colleges nearby, including the University of Texas and the Concordia University in Austin. Many tech-specific universities have appeared as more and more tech companies move in, but there are possibilities to study a broader range of subjects. Amid all the technology, the Gemini School of Visual Arts accepts talented art students, with the aim of turning talent into a profession.

Cedar Park, Williamson County, TX Education Statistics

  • No High School1%
  • Some High School20%
  • Some College29%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree29%
  • Graduate Degree13%

Tips for Renting in Cedar Park, TX

Renter's rights in Cedar Park, as in Texas as a whole, are fortunately well protected and regulated. It's well worth informing yourself as to how things work, but in general, until you put pen to paper, you're free to change your mind and explore other options.

The federal Fair Housing Act prevents landlords from discriminating against potential tenants, while numerous laws are in place to protect against unjustified evictions, breaches of security and privacy, and many other potential issues.

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